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A quartet of abandoned kittens have achieved internet stardom, in an ultimate rags-to-riches story. They’ve had to earn their keep however. While they are a little young to officially join the boys and girls in blue at seven weeks old, the purrfect police recruits have begun to learn the ropes at Wollongong Police Station. Senior Constable Kellie Wright’s daughter, Zali Stanford (nine), was on a camping trip with her grandparents and cousins Sienna Blacka (13) and Kye Blacka (11) when they noticed seven fluffballs abandoned under a caravan. Read more: ‘Brutality’ of working in healthcare highlighted in Wollongong stage play No mother cat came to feed them, so the cousins did what they could – and couldn’t bear to be…



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